by Scotty Almanzar on
5 stars for environment and service 4-5 stars for flavor-some flavors are really strong (mint, and lavender blueberry), but some that I've tried that are really good are sweet cream, Mexican vanilla and Texas dirt cake 1 star for texture it's really thick and makes you really thirsty it's kind of gummy in a way
by Tamara S. on
I was at Gold Room for a rateclubs event a few months back, and the space is nice, but I finally came here again on a regular night out and was not really a fan. We were apparently there for a birthday party (I didn't know the birthday girl/boy/?) so we wee able to bypass the little line and there was no cover, so that was nice. We ordered four shots that were, for some reason, free. Maybe the bartendress thought I was lookin foxy. (That's obvs a joke). When I paid for a drink, later, though it ran I think nine dollars or so, which to me is a little pricey. The whole vibe here is still just kind of weird with the quasi-burlesque chicks suspended from the air and the lack of cohesive dance space. Music is also kind of whack. The bartenders are nice. Except--I misplaced my phone for half a second, someone must have found it and taken it to the bar, and they called my Mom, at about one in the morning. AWESOME. This isn't necessarily a fault of Gold Room, but I just really don't understand the concept of going out in Lindbergh. It's sort of a no-man's land and it's nice to be able to walk to other bars/clubs if you feel like a location change. Sure, Tongue and Groove is nearby but the impression I'm under is that both Gold Room and Tongue and Groove are the same level of unimpressive. Go elsewhere.
by Stuart Washam on
3.5/5 Went here recently and had a decent breakfast, nothing to get to excited about but everything was nice and fresh. Great Hollandise sauce here and the menu has some great options. Also a lot of Bruch style cocktails available as well. Service was a bit slow but it was pretty busy. Overall good place to come to if in the area, would come back again.